Mann UCLA Community School

COVID-19 Vaccines for all Mann students!

Vaccines for all Mann UCLA students (ages 12 and up)

The Pfizer vaccine has been approved for children ages 12 and up. The Pfizer vaccine requires 2 doses, so Dose 1 will be administered on June 7 and Dose 2 will be administered on June 28 at Mann UCLA Community School campus. Stay tuned to this page for more information.

On May 24th, Los Angeles Unified launched a vaccination effort to bring mobile vaccination teams to nearly every school to vaccinate students ages 12 and up. The availability of vaccines for children ages 12-18 is an important part of our school’s path to recovery.

Please note that parents/caregivers will need to accompany children when they get vaccinated.

Students ages 12 and up can visit any one of our school-based sites to receive a vaccination. To find the best location for your family and to make an appointment, please visit dailypass.lausd.net.

Thank you for your participation in moving us towards a recovery, so that we can get all of our students and staff back to campus safely.

If you have any questions, please feel free to call the Los Angeles Unified Family Vaccination Hotline at (213) 328-3958.

How can my student sign up for a vaccine appointment?

  • Schedule an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine using LAUSD’s Daily Pass website.
  • Fill out a vaccine consent form (attached below in English & Español). Copies are available in the main office.
Minor_Vaccination_Consent_Form_English_Spanish_Final

Why should my student get the vaccine?

  • Studies show that higher vaccine rates have resulted in lower rates of COVID-19 infections and deaths.
  • Vaccinated Mann UCLA students can ride the bus up to UCLA UniCamp this summer. Unvaccinated students will have to be driven up to the remote Big Bear campsite by their families.
  • Seniors! Many colleges and universities plan to require the vaccine for the 2021-2022 school year.

Is the vaccine safe? Vaccine 101 from the Mann UCLA Science Department:

Vaccine FAQ

If you still have any questions or concerns about the vaccines, please do not hesitate to email Ms. Tieu at uclatieu@gmail.com.